Chu-Li and Adam studied and began collaborating at The National Film and Television School where they specialised in sound and documentary. Since then they have made films that have screened and been nominated in competition at several film festivals including; The BFI London Film Festival, IFF Rotterdam, Edinburgh Film Festival, Camerimage, Indielisboa, EMAF, Zinebi, Bilbao, Punto de Vista, Encounters, and Images Festival, Toronto (Jury Prize winner).
Often taking inspiration from uncanny aspects of the natural world, and the people and creatures who inhabit these environments, they like to combine both non-fictional and fictional approaches in their films. They live on the Isle of Wight.
Chu-Li teaches sound at Goldsmiths University MA Film department. Her sound design credits have included Hunger (Steve McQueen, 2008), Robinson in Ruins (Patrick Keiller, 2010), Two Years at Sea (Ben Rivers, 2011), All This Can Happen (Siobhan Davies & David Hinton, 2012) and The Falling (Carol Morley, 2014).